Black and white photograph of Margaret Bennett in An Iodhlann in 1999.
Margaret Bennett giving a talk in An Iodhlann in 1999 with Bill Innes in the background. (Original in Filing Cabinet 4 drawer 2)
Audio cassette recording of talk given by Angus Peter Campbell `Gaelic writing – Is there still any point?` given on 13/3/2003.
Talk given by Angus Peter Campbell in An Iodhlann on 13/3/2003.
Hector MacPhail at An Iodhlann’s first exhibition
Photograph of Hector MacPhail at An Iodhlann’s first exhibition in 1997.
Hector MacPhail of Ruaig demonstrates the use of a cheese vat to Willie Walker, Archie MacArthur, Kilkenneth and Gaelic teacher Margaret MacKay at An Iodhlann’s first exhibition in 1997 in the old Reading Room in Scarinish.
Purchased by the Tiree and Coll Gaelic Partnership and renamed ‘An Iodhlann’, the building houses a growing collection of artefacts and records relating to the history, prehistory, natural history and culture of the islands of Tiree and Coll.
Hector, until his untimely death in 2000, was An Iodhlann’s resident historian. He recorded oral histories in Gaelic, gave public talks on local subjects and researched the histories of thirteen Tiree townships.
Black and white photograph of Hector MacPhail and visitors at An Iodhlann`s 1997 exhibition.
Exhibition at An Iodhlann in 1997. L-R: Hector MacPhail, Skipinnis, Ruaig; Willie Walker, Crossapol; Archie MacArthur Kilkenneth, Kilkenneth; Gaelic teacher Margaret MacKay, Heylipol.
Analysis of visitor survey of An Iodhlann exhibition 2002.
Analysis of visitor survey conducted during An Iodhlann`s summer exhibition 2002.
Brochures by the Hebridean Trust about The Hynish Centre, 2000